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Cameron Dole

Weekday Mornings 6:00-10:00 am

 

The most listened to Morning Drive Radio show in SW Oklahoma and North Texas is now hosted by Cameron Dole Cameron starts your day with all the news, weather, entertainment and the best breaking country music! Join Cameron for complete local and area News, Farm, Ranch, Livestock and Grain market news… The most comprehensive weather from DTN Color Radar and Storm Sentry Alert System...State News from the ONN… SWAP SHOP, Local Obituaries, Not Quite News…NBC Birthday Announcements and Sports. And, Cameron will also engage you with interviews with local and Nashville personalities who are making news!

JD Ford

Weekday Afternoons, 1:00-5:00 pm

 

JD Ford  is Oklahoma born and Oklahoma bred ; and keeps the Pure Country Hits playing from Weatherford to Wichita Falls – literally!  JD Ford  Is Monarch Broadcasting’s Chief Engineer and KWHW's New Afternoon Host. So while the music and information has to be great ; and is – Ford delivers fidelity second to none  over the 25,000 watts of KWHW FM 93.5 and 1,000 watts of AM Stereo 1450. JD FORD – another reason  for you to LOVE OUR COUNTRY!

El Sonido Mexicano (Sundays 8:00 pm-Midnight)

 

Mary  Esparza was born and raised in Altus Oklahoma. She is the youngest of 8 children and an Altus High School graduate. Mary Attended Western Oklahoma State College and the University of Oklahoma majoring in Elementary Education and Spanish. Mary is a Radio broadcasting veteran of 10 years. Mary hosts “El Sonido Mexicano” on KWHW, every Sunday Night from 8 PM to midnight, the only bilingual radio program in Southwest Oklahoma, and North Texas. Her Community ties include: Harvest for the Hungry Food Campaign, she is President of the Altus Hispanic Association; she chairs the  City of Altus Easter Egg Hunt, Altus Christmas Parade Committee; and is a Southwest Oklahoma Chapter of the American Red Cross board member. Mary knows the Altus Community and Jackson County.

Sat. Swapshop

7:45-8:30am

 

Melvin Hazel  really is “old School” as in the principal of Olustee School and a dynamic (singing) voice  in the 1st Baptist Church of Altus . Melvin serves as the Church Coordinator of Public Affairs for Monarch Broadcasting and serves up one great “Super Saturday SWAP SHOP" from 7:45-8:30am.  His broadcast receives Internet  visits from over 48 states, from cities like Oklahoma City, Dallas and Houston to New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Evenings

7pm-Midnight

 

I’m Lia. I host evenings on KWHW Am/FM .  I am The Facilitator. The sticky substance that holds  the stories together with the songs. I’m the gal who can’t for the life of me keep a secret yet everyone seems to tell me their secrets anyway. I love my job. I’m happily married to the luckiest guy on earth, Chad. I have 4 kids. All of them smart, spoiled and love  country music. Here’s a secret about me:  I never talk on the phone  when I’m not at work. I was born and raised in Kentucky. My mom, a Southern Belle housewife, and my dad, a farmer, bar owner, janitor, banjo picker, had finally had enough kids. I was the last of four and, believe me, I think I was the reason they didn't want anymore!  As far as this show goes, I just want you to know that we all work very hard each night to  put this thing together. I'm so lucky to have such a great team of people to work with.

AgriTalk

10:00-11am

 

AgriTalk host Mike Adams was raised in a small farming community in central Illinois and grew up working on a grain and livestock farm. Mike has covered state and national agricultural events in 11countries, met Pope John Paul II and five U.S. presidents. Mike took over as host of the  93.5 KWHW AM 1450 talk show, AgriTalk, in July of 2001. He facilitates a discussion about issues and ideas important to rural America, traveling over 100 days a year for remote  broadcasts across the country. As host of AgriTalk, Mike Adams conducts a hometown tour promoting the rich history and attributes of communities in rural America. Adams is a voting member and past-president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasters (NAFB).



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